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16 jul 2022 , Feature

While Covid-19 may have put a temporary damper on our desire for air travel, sustainability is the word on everyone’s lips when looking at the future of the aviation industry.

6 jul 2022 , News

Making sure customers receive their products on time can be a challenge, overseeing the security of our fully integrated supply chain and helping customers meet their supply challenges in the EMEA region is Oscar Johansson, Marketing and Product Manager for H&I tubing.

30 jun 2022 , Feature

Electrification is a promising way of reducing the CO2 emissions in the steel industry, says Anders Björklund, President of Division Kanthal.

17 jun 2022 , News

We are pleased to announce that our Chomutov Precision Tubes is now approved to supply Hydraulic & Instrumentation tubes to ADNOC (Abu Dhabi National Oil Company)

9 jun 2022 , Feature

A crucial aspect of sustainable waste management is generating energy from all kinds of waste heat to reduce energy consumption. At SMT’s plant in Perth, Scotland, within division Kanthal, a new Combined Heat and Power system will reduce the plant’s energy consumption substantially, providing one-third of the total power requirement.

8 jun 2022 , News

By Alan Souza, Regional Sales Manager - Americas, Tube Division

7 jun 2022 , Press release

Sanicro® 35 from Sandvik Materials Technology secures first reference order for renewable Natural Gas Plant which helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

3 jun 2022 , Feature

Sandvik Materials Technology (SMT) work with a number of local initiatives and programs across the world to support sustainable development and climate action. For World Environment Day (WED) 2022 we want to highlight one of our local programs on waste management; Plastic-free villages in India.

1 jun 2022 , Feature

We’re delighted to announce two new European orders for Sanicro® 35. Each project replaces heat exchanger tubing in different applications. Click to read more.

23 mai 2022 , Feature

Increasing demands for food from less arable land to support expanding populations in Asia Pacific means the fertilizer market in the region is set for significant growth. Click to read more.

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